Navmed P-5021 FOREWORD ... III KILLED IN ACTION .... 1 Medical Corps Officers ... 3 Dental Corps Officers ...4 Hospital Corps Officers ....5 Hospital Corps Enlisted .....5 DIED OF WOUNDS. ....24 Medical Corps Officers ..... 25 Hospital Corps Enlisted ....25 KILLED OR DIED AS PRISONER OF WAR ....28 Medical Corps Officers . ....20 Dental Corps Officers .....29 Hospital Corps Officers .... 29 Hospital Corps Enlisted ....30 WOUNDED IN ACTION . 34 Medical Corps Officers ....... Topics: World War II, World War 2, Medal of Honor, Prisoners of War, POWs, Bronze Star, Navy Cross, Silver...
A history of the first US Naval Observatory and BUMED's Potomac Annex. Scripted and produced by Jan Herman. "A HILLTOP IN FOGGY BOTTOM: home of the old Naval Observatory and the Navy Medical Department, where many firsts in science and technology took place. This is where the science of oceanography was born, where the moons of Mars were discovered, where the underwater path of the first transatlantic cable was plotted. This location played a key role in the Civil War, our westward... Topics: astronomy, prime meridian, Civil War, telegraph, maps, time, timekeeping,, John Quincy Adams,...
Naval Hospital, Long Beach Decommissioning Ceremony program. Contains biographies of VADM Donald Hagen, CAPT Harry E Selfridge, CAPT Barbara Mencik and HMCM(SW) William D. Stockton. Topic: NH Long Beach
byU.S. DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY, THE NAVY, AND THE AIR FORCE
TB MED 530/NAVMED P-5010-1/AFMAN 48-147_IP The purpose of this publication is to establish standardized military food safety standards, criteria, procedures, and roles for the sanitary control and surveillance of food to mitigate risk factors known to cause foodborne illness. Topics: food safety, military medicine
byU.S. Army. Office of the Surgeon General. Borden Institute
This book is designed to deliver combat casualty care information that will facilitate transition from a CONUS or civilian practice to the combat care environment. Establishment of the Joint Theater Trauma System (JTTS) and the Joint Theater Trauma Registry (JTTR), coupled with the efforts of the authors, has resulted in the creation of the most comprehensive, evidence-based depiction of the latest advances in combat casualty care. Lessons learned in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and in... Topics: military medicine, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan
AIR FORCE MANUAL NUMBER 161-1 Aerospace and Preventive Medicine FLIGHT SURGEON'S MANUAL 17 January 1962 The purpose of this manual is to act as a guide and a reference for the Flight Surgeon in the performance of his duties. It combines engineering and aeronautical facts with medical knowledge to provide the basic information encompassing the very specialized field of Aerospace Medicine. CONTENTS The Aircrew Effectiveness Progr am Effects of Decreased Partial Pressure of Oxygen On... Topics: military medicine, aviation medicine, aerospace medicine, space
"Founded in 1862 as the Army Medical Museum, the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) has transformed itself from collecting diseased organs and bones for study to a tri-service agency dedicated to expert pathology consultation, education, and research. Located on the Walter Reed Army Medical Center campus, the AFIP plays a critical role in the safety of America’s service members, providing research that revolutionizes medical treatment and protection in the battlefield. With a... Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, medical museum
Personal Author(s):Garland, Frank C Corporate Author:NAVAL HEALTH RESEARCH CENTER SAN DIEGO CA Report Date:Mar 1996 Abstract: (U) This is a final report for year one of a comprehensive epidemiologic research study of a large population of military women and men in an operationally deployed situation, assignment to Naval ships. This study addresses factors affecting the health and performance of women serving aboard ship, utilizing three data collection methods: questionnaires administered... Topics: MILITARY PERSONNEL, HEALTH, WOMEN, NAVAL VESSELS, NAVAL PERSONNEL, OPERATIONAL READINESS,...
The Manual of the Medical Department is issued in accordance with United States Navy Regulations. It contains detailed instructions and information pertaining to matters under the control of the Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery for the guidance of persons in the Naval Establishment. CONTENTS Medical Department Medical Corps General Duties of Medical Corps Officers Duties of Medical Officers Afloat Duties of Medical Officers Ashore Dental Corps Medical Service Corps Nurse Corps... Topic: military medicine
Table of Contents Overview Benificiaries & Patrons Overview Patient Bill of Rights & Responsibilities Phone Numbers The Mini Bean Medical Home Port Team Tech & Provider Jackets Navy Ranks Ask Me Maps & Parking Visitor Information Pharmacy Information The Galley Foreign Language Services Inpatient Accommodations Chapel Information Branch Medical Clinic Branch Dental Clinic Topic: NH Guam
from the foreword This Catalog is issued under the authority of DoD Directive 5040.2, "Audiovisual Activities," July 23, 1979. It explains how to obtain and use copies of audiovisual (AV) productions produced and procured in support of formal training, education, management, and information objectives by all echelons within the Department of Defense. This Catalog applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Military Departments, the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of... Topics: films, movies, US Army
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 69, No. 9 September 1978 1 From the Surgeon General 2 Department Rounds At NNMC Bethesda, Group Therapy Puts a Focus on the Family 6 Notes and Announcements 8 Scholars' Scuttlebutt The Medical School Liaison Officer 10 Instructions and Directives 12 Features Naval Aviation Physiology LCDR T.J. 0 'Leary, MSC, USN 18 Hospital Corps Career Decision: The Time Is Now! 19 Roster- 1 August 1978 Staff Medical and Dental Officers at Major Activities 23 NAVMED Newsmakers 24... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, group therapy, NNMC Bethesda, psychiatry, Aviation medicine, hospital...
At USNH Okinawa, we consider our patients to be part of the healthcare team. As a partner in your healthcare, we encourage you to talk to your healthcare providers and ask questions about your care. This handbook is a good source of information, designed to help acquaint you with our services and how to access these services. Topics: NH Okinawa, Pius Aiyelawo
Navy Medicine Vol. 105 No. 1 Special Issue The Almanac 2013 4 | Admiral’s Call 8 | Navy Medicine 101 10 | Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 12 | Navy Medicine East 16 | Navy Medicine West 20 | Navy Medicine National Capital Area 24 | Navy Medicine Education and Training Command 26 | Naval Medical Logistics Command 27 | Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 28 | Navy Medicine Locations Map 30 | Naval Medical Research Center 34 | Afloat Medical Capabilities 38 | Medical Corps 39 | Nurse Corps... Topic: Navy Medicine magazine
Vita R. West Martin G. Every James F. Parker, Jr. BioTechnology, Inc. Prepared under Contract N00156-71-C-0779 Naval Air Engineering Center TABLE OF CONTENTS Aerospace Physiology Program: History of the Naval Aerospace Physiology Program The Naval Aerospace Physiologist Physiological Functioning in the Aerospace Environment: Flight Operations The Pressure Environment Acceleration Vibration Noise Environment Visual Environment Thermal Environment Special Stresses in Flight Operations Physical... Topics: aviation medicine, aerospace medicine, films, movies, flying, airplanes
Director’s Corner: Holidays 1 Reserve Corner: Season’s Greetings and Merry Christmas to All Navy Nurses 2 NC Policy and Practice: Redesignation 2 Welcoming Our New RC Specialty Leaders 3 Career Planner Update 4 Clinical Nurse Specialist Round-Up 5 Navy Medicine Professional Development Center Update 6 FY 2015-2016 DUINS Select List 7 Specialty Leader Updates (Operational/1972) 8-9 Passing of a Nurse Corps Colleague 9 Mustang Nurse 10 New Email for Retirement Letter Requests 10 Nurse Corps... Topics: Rebecca McCormick-Boyle, Nurse Corps, Tina Alvarado, obituary, Doris Sterner, Mustang Nurse, David...
ABC WARFARE DEFENSE ASHORE TECHNICAL PUBLICATION NAVDOCKS-TP- PL-2 REVISED APRIL 1960 DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS WASHINGTON 2 5 . D . C . Topics: ABC Warfare, atomic warfare, chemical warfare, biological warfare, manual
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 58 No. 3 September 1971 FROM THE CHIEF ...................... 2 FEATURE ARTICLES Doctors Answer the Call ................. 4 Disaster Aid .......................... 16 Ground breaking ....... . ............... 30 "The Hawk" and Drug Awareness ........... 41 PROFESSIONAL PAPERS Entrapment of Deep Branch of Radial Nerve by Fibrous Attachment of Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis: Case Report with Operative Decompression and Cure ........... . .... 10 Approach to the... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Vietnam War, drug abuse, dentistry, pediatrics, USS Sanctuary, hospital...
T-AH Hospital Ship General Information Manual CONTENTS Foreword Table of Contents List of Figures and Tables List of Acronyms/Definitions Common Shipboard Terms GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE SHIP Introduction Background Primary mission Secondary mission Principal characteristics Operating status Reduced operating status Full operating status Other operating status Manning Ship's operating crew Military FOS crew Command relationships Master's responsibilities The MTF CO/OIC responsibilities... Topics: hospital ship, USNS Mercy, USNS Comfort
Vol. VI, No . 3 REPORT NO. 112 By Captain C. W. SHILLING, (MC) USN, Medical Officer in Charge and Mrs. Jessie W. Kohl, P-1, Scientific Staff Assistant U. S. Naval Medical Research Laboratory U. S. Naval Submarine Base, New London, Conn. Topics: Submarine medicine, World War II, Naval Medical Research Laboratory, Naval Submarine Base New...
byArmed Forces Institute of Pathology & Charles Stuart Kennedy
ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM SUBJECT: Dr. Donald West King INTERVIEWER: Charles Stuart Kennedy DATE: October 4, 1994 Topics: oral history, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, American Registry of Pathology, pathology
Interview With Dr. Howard G. Bruenn, Cardiologist to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, conducted by Jan K. Herman, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Riverdale, NY, 31 January 1990. Herman says the transcript is edited down for publication. Topics: Presidential health, Yalta, World War II, World War 2, cardiology, Franklin Roosevelt, USS Quincy,...
byU.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 4
NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH UNIT NO. 4, GREAT LAKES, ILLINOIS: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 1946-1971 Historical Highlights ...1 Major Diseases Affecting Naval Recruits ...6 Accomplishments ...10 Appendices: A. NAMRU-4 Officers-in-Charge and Commanding Officers ...24 B. NAMRU-4 Mission and Tasks ...25 C. NAMRU-4 Consultants and Affiliations ...26 D. NAMRU-4 Publications ...27 E. NAMRU-4 Project Reports ...46 Topics: NAMRU-4, research, recruit medicine
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 5 September-October 2007 4 Department Rounds 26 Not Beatin' Around the Mulberry Bush: The Life of Clay Aloysius Boland, Navy Dentist and Songwriter 28 Luxury Meets the U.S. Navy Kevin Bash 31 "I Canceled My Policy!" LT Bill Henry 34 Book Review On Call In Hell 35 A Look Back Navy Medicine 1951 Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Clay Boland, songwriting, Dental Corps, NH Corona,...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 4 July-August 2007 4 Department Rounds 24 "Navy Dental Corps: Celebrating 95 Years ... Always Ready" CAPT A.D. Peters, DC, USN 27 HMS Amethyst's Angel of Mercy J.K. Herman 31 "We Have Lost 134 of Our Brothers" AO3 Paul Friedman 33 In Memoriam CAPT Donald C. Kent, MC, USN (Ret.) 34 Book Review Frozen in Memory: U.S. Navy Medicine in the Korean War 35 A Look Back Navy Medicine 1943 Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Dental Corps, HMS Amethyst, Chinese Civil War,...
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 71, No. 12 December 1980 2 Department Rounds Operational Medicine Orientation 1980 J.K. Herman 7 Features Soviet Naval Medicine: Submarine Medical Officers and Surgical Training (Part Four) CAPT R.P. Caudill, Jr., MC, USN 11 Enlisted Medical Department Detailers HMCM C.A. Crocker, USN 15 Auditory and Visually Evoked Responses: Their Use in Navy Medicine HM2 M. Fournier, USN 18 Professional Management of Obesity in Retired and Dependent Personnel LT J. G. Trantham, MC,... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, obesity, Soviet Naval Medicine, USSR, index, roster
byU.S. Army. Office of the Surgeon General. Borden Institute
Children are an often overlooked and under-reported population medically affected by war and conflict. This pediatric version of Borden’s popular Emergency War Surgery Handbook applies lessons learned in past and present conflicts to ill and injured pediatric casualties. Topics include critical care, surgical treatment, and general medical management of acute and chronic conditions. Individual chapters address concerns such as anesthesia and intraoperative resuscitation, mechanical... Topic: pediatrics
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 70, No. 1 January 1979 1 From the Surgeon General 2 Department Rounds National Children's Dental Health Week ... Dental Repair Tech School Relocated 5 Safety 6 Notes and Announcements 8 Scholars' Scuttlebutt ACDUTRA Option: Orientation at Sea ENS W.M. Roberts, MC, USNR 12 Instructions and Directives 14 Features The Move to Micrographics LT P.A. Shannon, MSC, USN 20 ACHA Admits New MSC Members 23 First Regional Medical Record Meeting 24 Diagnostic Data: A Key to... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, dentistry, pediatrics, Naval School of Dental Assisting and Technology,...
Kentner's Journal. Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I. from 12-8-41 to 2-5-45. A Daily Journal of Events Connected with the Personnel of the U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, CANACAO, P. I . From the Outbreak of the War in the Philippine Islands 12-8-41 Until the Liberation of Bilibid Prison 2-8-45. By Robert W. Kentner, PhM1c USN A Prisoner in Bilibid ••••• This journal was presented to the Hospital Corps Archives Unit, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, by the Author, on 21 April, 1945, after his arrival... Topics: Bilibid Prison, World War II, prisoners of war, POWs, Philippine Islands, Robert Kentner, war...
Interview with LTGEN Ernest C. Cheatham, USMC (Ret.), commanding officer of 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines. Participant in the Battle of Hué City, February 1968. Interviewed by Jan K. Herman, Historian of the Navy Medical Department, 20 October 2005. Topics: oral history, Vietnam War, Marine Corps, Battle of Hué City, Lou Legarie
byU.S. Navy. NAVAL HISTORY DIVISION. SHIPS' HISTORIES SECTION
The first hospital ship of the United States Navy was originally a commercial side-wheel river steamer RED ROVER built at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in 1859. Topics: Civil War, hospital ship, USS Rover, Nurse Corps
LT COMMANDER STEPHEN J. KENDRA, MC, USN HEAD, COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL BRANCH PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DIVISION BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON, D. C. Prepared For ORIENTATION TO VIET NAM For NURSE CORPS OFFICERS 21 JUNE, 1967 NAVAL MEDICAL SCHOOL NATIONAL NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER BETHESDA, MARYLAND Topics: Vietnam, Vietnam War, Nurse Corps, malaria
NAVPERS 15,790 The primary purpose of decorations, medals, commendations and citations, either individual or by units, is to recognize and reward acts or services of distinction which were above and beyond that normally expected and which distinguished the individual or unit among those performing similar acts or services. CONTENTS Section Page 1. General Instructions Concerning Decorations, Medals, Badges, Ribbons and Devices----------- --------------------------- 1 (1) The primary purpose of... Topics: U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, World War II, World War I, Spanish-American War
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 3 May-June 2007 4 Department Rounds 22 Navy Medicine Welcomes 10 New Lean Six Sigma Black Belts Jacky Fisher Doris Ryan 24 Marine and Sailors Provide Medical Care to Kenyan Community LCPL Aaron J. Rick 26 A Surgeon Remember Khe Sanh 29 In Memoriam CDR Nancy J. 'Bing' Crosby, NC, USN (Ret.) RADM Melvin Museles, MC, USN (Ret.) 31 A Look Back Navy Medicine ca. 1914 Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Vietnam War, Iraq War, Kenya, humanitarian mission,...